Thief of Thieves #7

Thief of Thieves #7

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Shawn Martinbrough Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: August 1, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 8
8.8Critic Rating
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The conclusion of the first story arc of this hit new series! Unfortunately for Redmond, despite all his efforts to the contrary... nothing goes as planned.

  • 10
    Barron Network - R.Barron Aug 2, 2012

    The art & writing is top notch and if you're looking for something to have you wanting for more Thief of Thieves is it. Were only 7 issues deep and the way this latest one ended it seems like were going to be here for a while. I highly recommend this issue and hope you're out there buying it today! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Resources - Jennifer Cheng Aug 3, 2012

    Writer James Asmus has big shoes to fill in the next story arc, but I look forward to seeing what he will do, especially since Kirkman and Martinbrough will remain. If "Thief of Thieves" continues to produce this kind of bravura suspense storytelling, it'll be a solid contender for the best new ongoing title of 2012. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Edward Aug 1, 2012

    In short, Thief of Thieves #7 is an excellent example of the series. Setting up the premise for the future arcs and plots, this is a great starting point for anyone who happens to be looking for something a little different, yet thoroughly exciting. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Read Comic Books - ReadComicBooks Aug 1, 2012

    I'll admit that the previous issues seemed a little dragged out and stretched, but if you've been keeping up with the series, this is where you get your pay off. Spencer hands the baton off to the next writer, James Asmus, with a lot of palpable characters that I can't wait to find out more about. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Geekality - Kevin Hopson Jul 30, 2012

    It's difficult to disclose much without spoiling it for the reader, but the information that is brought to light in this issue will have you grinning at the end. Just like prior issues, the writing is both clever and thought-provoking, and the style of art " which can be dark and gritty at times " fits the mood perfectly. I've been onboard the Robert Kirkman train for a while now, and I don't see any reason to jump off at this stage. As long as he continues to entertain me in this manner, I'll be anxiously awaiting Conrad Paulson's next job. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Outer Realm Comics - warriorfist Aug 7, 2012

    The conclusion of the first arc couldn't have been executed any better, and kudos to the creative team for achieving that feat so effortlessly in Thief of Thieves #7. From the get go, this has been a series that has been a pleasant surprise, but this latest issue has elevated it into a whole another level of quality. In retrospect, the first arc reads like a rather well-done origin movie, without any of the usual tedium accompanying such an enterprise. Although there have been no plot threads left deliberately dangling as easy bait for future stories, the sheer quality of the story makes the audience want to return for more. And that's quite the achievement for this ambitious venture, no doubt about it. Image has launched a variety of great new titles over the year, and right now, I can firmly say that Thief of Thieves oozes enough charisma and star power to stand firmly among the very best of them. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Therapy - MrComicBook Aug 8, 2012

    Thief of Thievesis a great series that will no doubt get better with time. With James Asmus (Generation Hopeand Gambit) joining the writing team next month, I'm nothing but excited. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Forces Of Geek - Atlee Greene Aug 6, 2012

    This issue is the conclusion of the first story arc in a series which no doubt has many more tricks up its sleeve. Read Full Review

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